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An Evening With the Authors - February 12, 2014

  Posted by TBruce , 06 February 2014 · 46 views


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On Wednesday, February 12, 2014, join me and four other New England authors for an evening exploring the treatment of love in all its forms—from the platonic to the erotic—in literature. The authors—Terri Bruce, Jennifer Carson, Justine Graykin, Trisha Wooldridge, and Phoebe Wray—will read from their works and participate in a general Q&A, followed by a reception and book signing. Light refreshments will be served. This will be a chance to get up close and personal with the authors, so bring your questions and be ready to talk about your favorite books. This will be a fun and casual event and is free and open to the public.

The event will take place from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Portsmouth Public Library, 175 Parrot Avenue, Portsmouth, NH. For directions, visit http://www.cityofportsmouth.com/library. For questions or to RSVP, contact Terri Bruce at tbruce@terribruce.net.

This event is sponsored by Broad Universe, an international non-profit association of men and women dedicated to encouraging, celebrating, and promoting women authors of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. Find out more at www.broaduniverse.org.



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Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Made Me Cry

  Posted by TBruce , 04 February 2014 · 55 views



Top Ten Tuesday is a great meme created by Jamie at The Broke and the Bookish that combines top ten lists and books. She’s come up with a great list of weekly discussion topics and I hope you’ll join in the discussion by commenting on this post or some of the other ones (you can find the list of participating blogs in this week's Top Ten Tuesday Post on her site).

This week’s topic is Top Ten Books That Made Me Cry.

I love a good sob fest. Here are ten of my favorites:


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Interview with T.E. Ridener

  Posted by TBruce , 03 February 2014 · 37 views

 

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An Interview with Author T.E. Ridener

 

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Today we have an interview with fantasy author T. E. Ridener via Blog Ring of Power member Emily LaBonte. T.E. is here to tell us a bit about her latest work, Transition, a novella related to a forthcoming series. When you're finished here, hop on over to the BRoP sites to read the rest of T.E. interview.

 

 



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Interview with Kelsey Jordan

  Posted by TBruce , 03 February 2014 · 35 views

 

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The Blog Ring of Power Presents...
An Interview with Author Kelsey Jordan

 

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Today I'm super excited to bring you an interview with paranormal romance author Kelsey Jordan. Kesley and I were critique partners for a while and I actually had the priviledge of seeing parts of The Lycan Hunter in its early form! Today, Kelsey is here to tell a bit about herself. Then jump over to the other BRoP blogs for the rest of the interview!

 

 



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Writer At Work Wednesday - Hereafter Jokes

  Posted by TBruce , 29 January 2014 · 55 views


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Welcome to Writer at Work Wednesday—a weekly blogging meme for writers where we share behind-the-scenes insights into our work. You can learn more about Writer at Work Wednesday here.


This week I wanted to share a bit about some of the inside jokes in Hereafter:


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Top Ten Tuesday: Worlds I Wouldn't Want to Live In

  Posted by TBruce , 28 January 2014 · 39 views



Top Ten Tuesday is a great meme created by Jamie at The Broke and the Bookish that combines top ten lists and books. She’s come up with a great list of weekly discussion topics and I hope you’ll join in the discussion by commenting on this post or some of the other ones (you can find the list of participating blogs in this week's Top Ten Tuesday Post on her site).

This week’s topic is Top Ten Worlds I Wouldn't Want to Live In.

There are a lot of really scary worlds in fiction. Truly terrifying places that make me glad I don't live there, including:


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Interview with Terri Bruce

  Posted by TBruce , 27 January 2014 · 45 views

 

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The Blog Ring of Power Presents...
An Interview with Author Terri Bruce

 

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Today I'm thrilled to bring you an interview with...me! LOL! Yes, that's right, I'm the featured guest on the BRoP today. Yes, it's a little bit of cheating, but my wonderful compatriots in the BRoP offered me the opportunity to do a little happy dance on the BRoP blogs today to celebrate the release of Hereafter. Today is also the first day of a new format on the BRoP - interviews will now be posted on Mondays and all five parts will be posted on the same day.

 

 



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This and That Thursday - Strong Heroines

  Posted by TBruce , 23 January 2014 · 44 views


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Welcome to This and That Thursday a new weekly meme (created by me) in which writers pick two books that match the week’s theme (you can see a list of all the upcoming topics here) and discuss them, comparing/contrasting the handling of the material from whatever angle they want.

This week’s topic is Strong Heroines.


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Writer At Work Wednesday - SF WIP Opening

  Posted by TBruce , 22 January 2014 · 49 views


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Welcome to Writer at Work Wednesday—a weekly blogging meme for writers where we share behind-the-scenes insights into our work. You can learn more about Writer at Work Wednesday here.


This week’s excerpt comes from an untitled science fantasy work in progress:


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Interview with Tracy Jorgensen

  Posted by TBruce , 22 January 2014 · 40 views

 

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An Interview with Author Tracy Jorgensen

 

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Today I'm thrilled to bring you an interview with author Tracy Jorgensen via BRoP member Emily LaBonte. However, I also know Tracy from AQC Connect and I can safely say that Tracy is one of the friendliest, funniest, nicest people I know. Tracy is here to tell us about her debut novel, The Impending Demise of the Girl With Brown Eyes. ::Kermit flail:: Please give Tracy a warm welcome and be sure to leave a comment!

 

 



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